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Briar & Bramble

A project in Nottingham, UK by Freddie Taylor-Bell
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Full art and printed copies of Briar & Bramble
Backers: 141
Average Daily Pledges: £129
Average Pledge Per Backer: £23

Funding: £3,217 of £6,000
Dates: Sep 1st -> Oct 1st (30 days)
Project By: Freddie Taylor-Bell
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Latest News

Briar & Bramble weaves the hardy animal adventures of Watership Down and Farthing Wood into a tabletop RPG

September 14th - via: dicebreaker.com
RPG designer Freddie Taylor-Bell’s Briar & Bramble openly acknowledges the influence of The Animals of Farthing Wood and Watership Down in its portrayal of a woodland world in which players become critters struggling to survive in the face of human encroachment into nature at the turn of the 19th century. (Read More)

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